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Iron (3) Oxide + Aluminum = Iron + Aluminum Oxide answer

Pb(s)+2 HCl(aq)→PbCl2(s)+H2(g)
 

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David L. | Chemistry TutorChemistry Tutor
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Translating the first equation to formulas, and balancing: 
 
Fe2O(s) + 2 Al (s) → 2 Fe (s) + Al2O(s)
 
(This is the thermite reaction.  Because the reaction is quite exothermic, the metallic iron is molten at first; it cools and freezes eventually.)
 
 
 
 
Translating the second equation into words, 
 
Solid lead metal reacts with aqueous hydrochloric acid to form solid lead(II) chloride and hydrogen gas.

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good update on the problem.  I should have noticed it was thermite!!
Cody P. | Math, Science, Test Prep, & College CounselingMath, Science, Test Prep, & College Coun...
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This is the first problem balanced and written with formulas.
 
Fe2O3(s) +  2Al(s)  -----> 2Fe(s) +  Al2O3(s)
 
If you needed the other equation translated back to words, it is below as well!
 
Lead metal and aqueous hydrochloric acid are reacted to form lead(II) chloride and hydrogen gas.